Clarksville, TN – Former Clarksville resident Anne Shackelford was heartbroken when her beloved cat, Riley, went missing prior to her move across county to Seattle, WA. But thanks to a community Facebook group, Lost and Found Pets of Clarksville Tennessee, Anne was reunited with Riley the cat after 12 months apart and the 2,300 mile distance between them.
In February 2019, Anne woke up one morning to find her indoor cat climbing out of her Clarksville home’s doggy-door. Even after months of avid searching, she could find no trace of Riley.
Clarksville, TN – With the temperatures dropping this week, pet owners should take extra care making sure their pets are protected from the elements.
Your pet is always safer and happier when it is indoors with you. Cats should always be kept indoors so that they are not exposed to all of the dangers that exist outside, such as cars, other animals, harsh weather, and cruel people. At night make sure that your pet sleeps away from drafts, preferably in a pet bed.
It is also important to make sure that your cat or dog always wears an appropriately fitting collar and an ID tag with your current address and phone number on it (even if your pet never goes outdoors because you never know what might happen). «Read the rest of this article»
Montgomery County, TN – In the month of July, the Montgomery County Animal Control and Adoption Service cat adoption fees will only be $12.00.
Tiny Town Veterinary Clinic has offered to spay and neuter cats adopted in July for free and Animal Control will be waiving the $25.00 adoption fee.
Montgomery County Friends of the Shelter and Montgomery County Animal Control partner to make April Cat Adoption Month
Montgomery County, TN – Montgomery County Friends of the Shelter is collaborating with Montgomery County Animal Control for the month of April to assist in increasing the number of cat adoptions.
During the extended adoption hours on Thursday nights from 4:00pm to 7:00pm, Montgomery County Friends of the Shelter will pay the $25.00 adoption fee for all cats over the age of 6 months. «Read the rest of this article»
Sorry Max, Some Pet Owners Pick Peculiarity Over Popularity
Brea, CA – Although “Bella” and “Max” may lead the pack as the most popular names for pets, thousands of others are donning monikers of a less conventional form. For the fourth consecutive year, Veterinary Pet Insurance Co. (VPI), the nation’s oldest and largest provider of pet health insurance, is celebrating the most clever, creative and quirky pet names across the country.
VPI employees selected 50 unusual dog names and 50 unusual cat names from the company’s database of more than 485,000 insured pets and narrowed them down by voting for the 10 wackiest names in each category.
Clarksville, TN – The Pi Kappa Alpha Eta Tau Alumni Association is holding their annual Waggle Golf Two Man Tournament July 16th, 2011 at 2:00pm at the Eastland Green Golf Course. The tournament benefits the Clarksville-Montgomery County Humane Society.
There are still eight slots remainin in this two man tournament. The Tournament has all the novelties such as: red tee shot, throws, yard of string, long drive, closest to the hole and more. Entry fee is $130.00 per team or $65.00 per person and includes meal and beverages.
There are still sponsorships available. Door prize donations are also still being accepted as well.
Clarksville, TN – Will extra toes guarantee forever homes for members of this rescued kitty family? We hope so! The extra toe is a spontaneous genetic mutation called polydactylism. Ernest Hemingway, renowned American novelist, was known for keeping polydactyl cats at his home in Key West, Florida. Even today, ancestors of his pets stroll through the grounds of his home, now a tourist attraction. There is a foundation that cares for the cats and manages their numbers through selective spaying and neutering to ensure the continuity of this colony.
Clarksville, TN – The Pi Kappa Alpha Eta Tau Alumni Association will be holding their annual Waggle Golf Two Man Tournament July 16th, 2011 at 2:00pm at the Eastland Green Golf Course. The tournament benefits the Clarksville-Montgomery County Humane Society.
The two man tournament has all the novelties such as: red tee shot, throws, yard of string, long drive, closest to the hole and more. Entry fee is $130.00 per team or $65.00 per person and includes meal and beverages.
There are still sponsorships available. Door prize donations are also still being accepted.
My family adopted a rescued puppy and named her Sophie. I found her on petfinder.com, which has pets from local humane societies and shelters. My dog came from Jack’s Place which is about 50 miles North of Clarksville in White Plains, KY.
I haven’t had a dog in a long time. She is already part of the family. It only took two minutes for her to know she is lower in the pecking order than our 10-year-old cat Rose, but they’re starting to get along.
Someone abandoned or ‘dropped’ Sophie out in the country, despite her being a pure bred miniature pinscher. Most dogs left this way die from starvation. Bob and Christine operate Jack’s Place and are at their maximum capacity with adoptable dogs and cats. If you have room in your home and heart and would like a dog or cat, try petfinder.com before you purchase a pet. Ninety percent of pets taken to animal shelters are euthanized; there are just too many of them.
The kindest thing you can do for all dogs and cats is to have yours spayed or neutered. According to the Clarksville Humane Society, Clarksville kills over 90 animals a week because of over-population.
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